Hailey is an assignment editor, digital content producer, and associate producer for dayside newscasts at Fox13, and enjoys every minute of it.

Before joining Fox 13, Hailey transferred from USU Eastern in her hometown of Price to complete her education at the University of Utah. In 2017 she came to Fox 13 as a studio technician, eager to get to know the team while she finished her degree in Journalism.

During the summer of 2018, she began her new role at Fox 13 gathering news and managing fox13now.com during the weekend mornings, along with helping producers create their shows during the weekdays.

Outside of the Fox 13 studio Hailey enjoys spending time with her loved ones including her husband, Adam, and her Yorkshire Terrier, Stella. She also loves hitting the fairways at her local golf course, boating and fishing, and baking sweet treats.

Recent Articles
  • Logan police identify missing 5-year-old girl; uncle detained

    LOGAN, Utah – Police are searching for a missing 5-year-old girl in Cache Valley. In a Facebook post, the Logan City Police Department said the girl was last seen at approximately 2 a.m. Saturday morning in Logan. She was discovered missing at about 10 a.m. Police said the girl, who they later identified as Elizabeth Shelley, is about 3′ 6″ tall with brown, shoulder length hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a red tank top with blue […]

  • Ogden man charged with kidnapping woman in Provo

    PROVO, Utah – An Ogden man was arrested for allegedly getting into a woman’s car and forcing her to drive him to the Provo Mall on Thursday. According to a probable cause statement, 32-year-old Brennen Reed Decker was found by police after a woman reported a man wearing black muddy pants, a black hoody, and carrying a brown paper bag forced her to drive him to the mall. The victim states that Decker was standing in front of her car […]

  • Police: man killed in vehicle fire along I-215 in West Valley City

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A man was killed in a vehicle fire after police determined it was stopped in a center lane and hit by another car Friday night. The Utah Highway Patrol issued a press release stating the accident happened on northbound I-215 West at 3000 South at approximately 10:47 p.m. Troopers state that Luis E. Franco, 23, of West Valley City was driving a silver Suzuki Forenza when he stopped in the third lane of I-215 West […]

  • Man arrested for suspicion of murder after shooting in Ogden

    OGDEN, Utah — A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a shooting late Saturday night. Everardo Guadarrama-Garcia, 24, faces charges of murder, aggravated assault, possession of a dangerous weapon and obstruction of justice. Officers got a call about a shooting at the 500 block of 31st Street in Ogden just before midnight, according to a press release issued by the Ogden Police Department. When police arrived at the scene, they noticed a man in his mid-twenties on […]

  • Latter-day Saint missionary from Texas dies while serving in Mexico

    MEXICO CITY – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced the death of a young missionary on Sunday. A church spokesperson said Elder Andrew Carr, 19, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Saturday morning. Carr died due to asphyxiation from what appeared to be a faulty water heater near the shower in his apartment in Mexico City, according to a statement issued by the church. Daniel Woodruff, a spokesman for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day […]

  • Police identify couple killed in helicopter crash near Alpine

    ALPINE, Utah – Two people who died in a helicopter crash Friday near Alpine were identified Sunday afternoon. In a press release, Sgt. Spencer Cannon of the Utah County Sheriff’s Office identified Benno Anthony Penna, 32, and his wife Megan Hawk Penna, 32, as the victims of the crash. This comes after wreckage of the helicopter was found between Schoolhouse Spring Trailhead and Lone Peak on Friday. According to the press release, deputies with the Utah County Sheriff’s office received […]

  • Juab County woman dead after car collides with horse

    PAYSON, Utah – A woman died after the car she was riding in hit a horse Saturday night. The Utah Highway Patrol said the crash occurred at approximately 10 p.m. on SR-198 near 1993 South State Street in Payson. Troopers said a man was driving the car occupied by the woman when they hit a horse that was standing in the middle of the road, according to troopers. The man was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. The […]

  • Police: man shoots woman’s ex-boyfriend in Midvale

    MIDVALE, Utah – A man was taken to the hospital Saturday morning after police said he barged into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment and was shot. The Unified Police Department received a shots fired call at approximately 1:30 a.m. at 134 West Plum Tree Lane near 6900 South in Midvale. Police said a woman, along with a man, was in the apartment when her ex-boyfriend began banging on the door outside. When the woman opened the door her ex-boyfriend barged his way […]

  • One man dead after drowning at Flaming Gorge, another arrested for vehicular homicide

    DAGGETT COUNTY, Utah – One man died and another is facing charges after a boat accident at Flaming Gorge Reservoir Saturday afternoon. According to a probable cause statement, when officers arrived at the scene a boat was pulling onto the ramp with a deceased man that had drowned. The driver of the boat that was involved in the accident, Corey Eggleston, admitted to police he had been drinking alcohol. Eggleston said he was making a left turn when the boat […]

  • SLC police search for suspect who shot man and possibly threw woman down the stairs of a home

    SALT LAKE CITY – Police are in search of a possible suspect after one man was shot, and a woman was possibly thrown down the stairs of a residence early Sunday morning. The Salt Lake City police department responded to reports of a shooting at a house being rented out on 1400 West 600 North at approximately 12:30 Sunday morning. Officers were not sure what happened before the shooting occurred but said one man was shot once in the arm. […]

  • Payson lifts boil order after test results come back clean

    PAYSON, Utah – The city of Payson announced it has lifted the boil order Saturday afternoon after water samples came back clean. According to a Facebook post by Payson Fire Rescue, the water samples taken for testing came back safe for consumption and drinking. The boil order was issued after a water main break Thursday morning that affected homes between 400 North to 900 North and 300 East to 750 East.

  • Police investigate train derailment in Heber

    HEBER, Utah – Police responded to an “emergency situation” Saturday morning after a Heber Valley Railroad train derailed. In a Facebook post, the Heber City Police Department said the train derailed at 650 South 800 West. According to Tammy Thacker with Heber City Police, the train derailed in a spot where the tracks switch. After investigation, it appeared the tracks didn’t connect completely which may have caused the train to derail. There were no injuries reported. If you are traveling […]

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